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Andrea Winkelmann-Gleed

Andrea Winkelmann-Gleed
SALING 2012 Ltd. · https://www.winkelmann-gleed.com/

PhD, MSc, MSc

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Introduction
For over 20 years I have worked as Senior Researcher, Lecturer and Consultant in cross-cultural settings investigating issues around the employment of migrants, health care staff, older workers and those with disabilities. I now coach women in leadership positions and Not [just] for Profit enterprises in developing countries.
Additional affiliations
October 2012 - present
SALING 2012 Ltd.
Position
  • Consultant
Description
  • Using my academic background, I love to facilitate learning: I work with social enterprises, help budding entrepreneurs to get from their ideas to a pitch and encourage women to embrace their potential and step into new roles.
October 2012 - November 2018
SALING 2012 Ltd.
Position
  • Consultant
July 2012 - June 2013
University of East Anglia
Position
  • Research Associate

Publications

Publications (7)
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provide a UK older worker's perspective on the influences of multiple work and non‐work related commitments on their decision to extend working lives or to retire. As demographic change and economic challenges related to the financing of health care and pension plans affect retirement policies, this paper s...
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The NHS and independent health care sector depend on the contributions of the migrant workforce to make up for serious shortfalls in staff numbers. Based on current debates of equality, ethnicity and integration, the book analyses the motivation for nurses to migrate, their own experiences of integration into an existing work team and the contribut...
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This article, based on research carried out in 2002-2003, examines the experiences of recently internationally qualified migrant nurses to Britain and explores their stories with the aim of understanding aspects of their work-related identities. The migrant nurses' encounters at work may highlight their difference to the majority, namely the Britis...
Article
This study examines different work–related foci of commitment, such as the work group and the employing organization as well as the current occupation. It assesses how these foci of commitment are influenced by, and influence, attitudes and emotions at work. Data from employees and managers in the British health–service sector shed light on the ass...

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Project
I am using my academic background of researching, teaching and writing in innovative ways by supporting entrepreneurship and Startups: # teaching at seminars # facilitation of interactive workshops # field visits